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Brown only wants 'a suitable candidate' to replace GP China

McLaren CEO Zak Brown does not want the China Grand Prix to be simply replaced. Speaking to Sky Sports, Brown says he only wants to see a suitable replacement for the race. Article continues under ad The Chinese Grand Prix was officially cancelled last week due to the strict covid policy China is implementing. The race was scheduled for 16 April 2023 and was supposed to be the fourth race of the season. The last time a race was held in China was 2019. Since then, it has not featured on the calendar due to the pandemic and China's strict handling of it. Read more Alpine CEO confirms criticism Ocon: 'Alonso didn't do simulator work' Multiple replacements reportedly ready With the elimination...
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